WELCOME
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! Welcome to your new home !
Here are some answers to the most often asked questions from new tenants.
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~ SOFT WATER ~
Seattle has soft water so you only need half the recommended amount of the detergent for dishwashers and laundry machines.

~ GRANITE ~
 Be very careful not to stain the granite with prolonged exposure to any liquid. Short exposure to bleach or other similar chemicals will stain the granite. The granite is porous and will absorb liquid or chemicals like a sponge. When the liquid is absorbed, it will leave a permeate stain. You should dish soap and hot water with a rag to clean the Granite and almost everything else in your apartment. 

~ TUB & TILES
We use Scrubbing Bubbles, Cover all the tiles, tub and spouts, 
wait 30 min, rinse, spray again, wait 15 min and
scrub any remaining soap scum with a hand brush.
Rinse and repeat as necessary. 

~ THE TOILET  ~ 
Clean your toilet in three minutes !

~ MORE TOILET
How to remove hard to remove toilet stains

~ MIRRORS & GLASS ~
 We use Windex and a thick soft rag.
The windows are removable for easy cleaning.

~ WINDOWS ~
Windows and screens are removable for easy cleaning.

~ DISPOSAL ~
Be sure to use enough water to clear your drain during use.

~ STOVE TOPS ~
Stove tops flip up and can be dismantled
Drip pans are replaceable if you don't want to clean them.

~ SELF CLEANING OVEN
The self part is helpful but you do have to help

~ DISH SOAP ~ BAKING SODA ~ VINEGAR ~ DIY MIXTURES
 Scratchy pads will cause permanent damage some surfaces, please be very careful with them.
Use hot water and dish soap to clean almost all all surfaces including the floor, baseboards, and appliances.
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Please send us questions if you have them
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